by Alicia Rivera.
(Dover, Delaware USA)
I’ve always been a big fan of basic jewelry making techniques.
Projects that require lots of loops, bending and twisting without being too complicated are right up my alley.
When my daughter asked for jewelry to match her green Converse sneakers for school pictures she picked these two-toned green fire polished beads from my stash.
She’s 14 and petite, so even though she likes earrings that are obvious and dangley, three beads on a headpin are usually enough to make her happy.
She has metal allergies but luckily, colored copper doesn’t bother her so that’s what I used here with some other inexpensive glass beads as well.
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